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Old 07-23-2012, 12:41 AM   #1
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Can anyone tell me where I can locate a screw like the one pictured

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If you have an old fashioned hardware store near you, bring it in their and I bet they can match it. Not one of those big box stores but a "real" hardware store.



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If you have an old fashioned hardware store near you, bring it in their and I bet they can match it. Not one of those big box stores but a "real" hardware store.
Those are hard to find, a real hardware store...,.
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What stock did it come out of ?

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Find out what weapon it came out of and look at Numrich Arms/Gun Parts on the Internet.
They have an abundance of original parts most of the time. Also as a last resort if you have a Lowe's or Menards close they have screws that may be similar in the bolt, screws section usually in individual metal door trays.

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It's going to fit a pistol grip for an H&R Trapdoor.

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Cool. You should have no trouble finding it here. I'd love pics I'm a fan as most of them were made about 15 minutes away from me.
http://www.gunpartscorp.com/catalog/Models.aspx?catid=229

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I going to make another pistol grip for my H&R Officers Model 1873 .44-70 and am looking for a 2" screw that will fit the existing screw hole.

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Nice piece.
You can either order one that works off numrich or as the other guys said find a real hardware store. It looks like numrich might have pistol grips for it.
http://www.gunpartscorp.com/catalog/Detail.aspx?pid=1381630&catid=8214

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Yes they do but screws are out of stock.



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